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Gatot Kaca - Superhero From Indonesia

Gatot kaca is fiction character from Wiracarita Mahabrata, son's of Bimasena and Hidimbi.
in Indonesia Gatot Kaca is a famous character of Pewayangan (a story telling cultures from java), he has some of most superhero ability, flying but he can flying without wings (wow).
he was famous with nickname "otot kawat tulang besi" or "Wire Muscle Iron Bone".

Shakespeare's quotes

What's in a name? That which we call a rose

"What's in a name? That which we call a rose
By any other name would smell as sweet."

Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet meet and fall in love in Shakespeare's lyrical tale of "star-cross'd" lovers. They are doomed from the start as members of two warring families. Here Juliet tells Romeo that a name is an artificial and meaningless convention, and that she loves the person who is called "Montague", not the Montague name and not the Montague family. Romeo, out of his passion for Juliet, rejects his family name and vows, as Juliet asks, to "deny (his) father" and instead be "new baptized" as Juliet's lover. This one short line encapsulates the central struggle and tragedy of the play.

Independence Day of Indonesia

Yeah, 65 years that Indonesia has been an independent nation

i'm so proud to be an Indonesian,
i can sing a thousand songs
but i will always sing "INDONESIA RAYA"
in 17th August 2010
Indonesia will celebrate the 65th years of Independence day,
the day that so historial for Indonesia when Mr Soekarno read the Proclamation text 65 years ago,
this is the text

First Time (Sweet..)

its begin when me and my friend go to mosque that i think its not so far, but because we are so SMART, then we took the long way. yeah we are so smart right? hmm, we take the long way because we want to know if in the Indosat's building (because it is the nearest building) is doing tarawih too, but its useless, because we're not see anyone go there and we should turning back, yeah it's waste our time. and then we need the shortest way to Mosque. we see two guys use moslem's wears, and we follow them. exactly they're going to the mosque. they're see us in the behind like we are two people that want to kill them with a fork. their footsteps is faster, and i'm very worry if we lost on the way. but its not happen (hoho), i see many people, and i see the mosque.

Indonesian Slang and everyday language

yeah, some of you maybe lil bit interest of Indonesian Language and if you dont. i guess you will.
indonesia have many cultures languages, like
Bahasa Banjar : a language from south kalimantan of Indonesia.
Bahasa Jawa : a language from Java, this language has many types of pronouncation, such as Madura, Central Java, and East Java. some of javanese people use the same type of pronoucation, if they're in east java but they're from central java, they will also can communicate each other cause the types of javanese language not too different.

History and Etimology of Surabaya (The Hero city)


Statue of the shark and crocodile in the city's legend
Surabaya is locally believed to derive its name from the words sura or suro (shark) and baya or boyo (crocodile), two creatures which, in a local myth, fought each other in order to gain the title of "the strongest and most powerful animal" in the area according to a Jayabaya prophecy. This prophecy tells of a fight between a giant white shark and a giant white crocodile. Now the two animals are used as the city's logo, the two facing each other while circling, as depicted in a statue appropriately located near the entrance to the city zoo. This folk etymology, though embraced enthusiastically by city leaders, is unverifiable. Alternate derivations proliferate: from the Javanese sura ing baya, meaning "bravely facing danger"; or from the use of surya to refer to the sun. Some people consider this Jayabaya prophecy as a great war between Surabaya native people and invaders in 1945, while another story is about two heroes that fought each other in order to be the king of the city. The two heroes were Sura and Baya.

History of Superman

Superman was created by two teenagers, boyhood friends, Cleveland-born Jerry Siegel and Canadian-born, Joe Shuster. Siegel first used the name in 1933 for a science fiction story, "The Reign of Superman," illustrated by Joe Shuster. Inspired by Nietzsche, this first creation was an evil mastermind with advanced mental powers. After the rise of Nazis that same year, Hitler projected a different, darker and distorted view of Nietzsche's Superman, causing Siegel and Shuster to recreate their character, to be a force for good. It was a long four years before they found a publisher willing to accept their idea. While waiting, they had begun producing work for Detective Comics, Inc., the predecessor of DC Comics. It was early in 1938 that Siegel and Shuster sold the rights to Superman to DC for a reported $130, along with a contract to supply material to the publisher. A repasting of newspaper strip samples, Superman appeared for the first time in the first issue of Action Comics (June, 1938 vol#1). 

first post!! (time to describe)

it is my new blog, before this i write my post in Keranjang info , i still be admin of these site,
i'm present this blog just for you that want to know more about life, and understand that something should be understand, and to know much about dream.
i think you'll ask me these word that so strange
yeah, "HERO"
why hero?, maybe i'm too much watch a superhero movies, cartoon and many things that bring us to dreamin.
i'm an indonesian people, and i'm so proudly to be an indonesian people. coz indonesia is can be a freedom nation now, just because indonesia's hero that fighting againts colonizer with their blood and unlimited spirit although they must be die ...
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